Okay just one more day!!

So things did not go as expected for Spain today. Let that be a lesson to Coach Costa: Why do you necessarily have to pair up those two? They have not had the best success lately [together]. They didn’t win their doubles tie when playing the semi-final against France. I honestly feel like if Marcel was perhaps paired up with Marc Lopez they would have had a much better chance.

Okay no need to cry over spilt milk now. What’s done is done. To be honest it’s just a delay for the inevitable. On Sunday Spain will pick up their trophy. Rafa will face Delpo. Rafa will come into the match refreshed, as his match ended in three easy sets for him. On the other hand Delpo really had a really physically exhausting first tie.

 Spain's Fernando Verdasco, Left, TalksSpain's Fernando Verdasco, Left, Talks

Spain's Feliciano Lopez, Serves
Spain's Fernando Verdasco Returns A Ball Next To Teammate Feliciano Lopez Against Argentina's David Nalbandian And

Spain's Fernando Verdasco, Left, Talks Spain's Fernando Verdasco (L) And Teammate Feliciano Lopez (R) React

King Juan Carlos and Prince Felipe were in attendance
 King Juan Carlos (L) And Prince Felipe Of Spain Watch The Doubles


I think tomorrow I’ll have good news to post. I’m really excited! 🙂


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